artificial pacemaker

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an implanted electronic device that takes over the function of the natural cardiac pacemaker


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Dear Miriam MY heart pacemaker is saving my life but I hate the fact it has to be cut out to change the batteries.
GOOD news - Lulu's elderly pet pooch has just been treated to a pounds 2500 heart pacemaker.
The laboratory also has a 10 bed ward and for the first time allows patients to have heart pacemaker operations at Aintree rather than having to be referred elsewhere.
A GUIDE dog has been given a new lease of life thanks to a human heart pacemaker.
com) - First heart pacemaker designed to recruit reparative stem cells to damaged or weakened heart tissue via a homing signal.
His mum remarried, and now the man, that Katherine calls grandad is also set to have a heart pacemaker fitted.
He advised the pensioner to see his GP immediately, and within days of being examined by a specialist, Trevor was diagnosed with a cardiac problem, whisked into hospital and fitted with a heart pacemaker.
SCOTS pop legend Lulu is spending pounds 2500 to have her pet dog fitted with a heart pacemaker.
A GRANDMOTHER has just had her 22nd heart pacemaker fitted - almost 44 years after she made history with her first lifesaver.
Natalie Wild has undergone a rare operation at Birmingham Children's Hospital to put a revolutionary heart pacemaker - half the normal size in her chest.
Poppy the cairn terrier is feeling tickety-boo - thanks to a HUMAN heart pacemaker.
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Leonhardt patented inventions include the first heart pacemaker able to recruit reparative stem cells to damaged heart tissue (MyoStim Pacers).
Grace needed five operations to fit a heart pacemaker and correct her bowel, but the girls are now inseparable at home.